Einstein’s Birthday And Pi Day – March 14th Will Be Celebrated Live On Zoom With The Princeton Public Library And The Authors Of EINSTEIN: The Man And His Mind

On Pi Day, March 14th, 2024 the Princeton Public Library and the Historical Society of Princeton invite the public to a live Zoom meeting on March 14th from 7-8 pm EST with the authors of EINSTEIN: The Man and His Mind. This book is an award-winning visual biography that conveys the essence of the man whose creative mind transformed our understanding of physical reality.

This program will be presented via Zoom. Click here to register.

The upcoming live Zoom meeting with the book’s authors, Gary S. Berger and Michael DiRuggiero, will provide a window into Einstein’s life, how his mind worked, and how he realigned our concepts of time & space, mass & energy, and gravity indeed the very fabric of the universe.

EINSTEIN: The Man And His Mind is a deluxe edition visual biography that captures the essence of Albert Einstein. With insights from simple thought experiments, Einstein discovered that matter shapes space and time. His general theory of relativity explained the force of gravity and predicted the bending of light waves, black holes, gravitational waves, and the Big Bang. Einstein also ushered in the era of quantum physics when he revealed light’s dual wave/particle nature and the relationship between mass and energy. With thought and imagination, Albert Einstein transformed our understanding of the cosmos.

Berger notes, “I feel honored that the Historical Society of Princeton and the Princeton Public Library invited us to participate in the celebration of Pi Day and Einstein’s Birthday. The meeting should be informative and fun, in keeping with Pi Day.”

Gary S. Berger is a physician fascinated by Albert Einstein and how he could perceive what nobody had before about physical reality. The book’s 150 images, many never seen before by the public, are from his private collection of original Einstein documents and signed photographs.

Michael DiRuggiero is the owner of Manhattan Rare Book Company. He specializes in the history of science with particular emphasis on material relating to Albert Einstein.

Hanoch Gutfreund, the Einstein Archives academic director at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, wrote the book’s Foreword.

Please send questions about the event to info@einstein-themanandhismind.net.

To see this Pi Day celebration event live, register here.

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